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Saturday, June 18 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Supporting the Creation and Implementation of OERs in Religion and Theology (On Demand)

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During this panel discussion and Q&A session, Atla staff and members of the Atla Scholarly Communication & Digital Initiatives Committee will offer their ideas and helpful resources on how to support open education through the creation and implementation of open educational resources (OER). Panelists will share their experiences and expertise on finding and locating resources suitable for OER, choosing a platform for delivery, addressing accessibility and sustainability, and ensuring fair use and copyright clearance. The panel will also review the guidelines for the Atla OER Grant Program, which will reopen for applications in May 2022. There will be plenty of time for questions from attendees. Persons considering applying for the Atla OER Grant Program this summer are encouraged to attend.

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Christine Fruin

Scholarly Communication & Digital Initiatives Mgr, Atla
Christine Fruin is the Atla Scholarly Communication and Digital Initiatives Manager. As an attorney and a librarian, she has worked for nearly 15 years promoting access to and use of diverse collections and scholarship through utilization of fair use, open access, and responsible... Read More →
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Matthew Davis

Systems and Data Services Librarian, Davidson College
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Brad Ost

Assistant Head, Discovery & Access Services and the Theology, Religion and Philosophy Librarian, Atlanta University Center

Saturday June 18, 2022 8:00am - 8:45am EDT
Annapolis Hyatt Regency Baltimore